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people were arrested as city officials voted to ask the u.s. attorney to investigate. the family of one of the men shot by police has filed a $50 million lawsuit. the police union says both men were gang members with criminal records. >>> to politics now. mitt romney begins a week-long visit to britain, israel and poland today. foreign policy replaced the economy as the key topic on the campaign trail. before he left, he delivered his toughest critique yet of the obama's policy. he wants a special prosecutor to investigation white house leaks. susan mcginnis has more. good morning to you. >> good morning, terrell. ahead of this multination trip, romney changed the conversation to foreign policy and went on the attack trying to use national security issues to beef-up his presidential qualifications. mitt romney unleashed some of his harshest attacks of the president yet. speaking to the veterans of foreign wars, he criticized the president on several fronts. including alleged leaks of classified information from the white house. >> this isn't a partisan issue. it's a national security cr
of activity north of the city and southwest of us as well, particularly on the beaches. local area, some good stuff going on across portions of hartford county, bel air, that's all moving pretty much from northwest to southeast towards the eastern shore. another batch to the northwest of the city around westminster and ham stead and up by pretty boy dam, that's moving off to the southeast. these showers are going to be moving into baltimore county. i think we have a chance in the baltimore region of getting some of this stuff here closer to our area very shortly, in the next hour or two. you could see some heavy downpours and maybe some lightening as well. haven't had any reports of any gusty winds. these are typical afternoon thunderstorms. tomorrow this front will kind of stall out. it looks like we will have a chance of more rain, maybe some drenching thunderstorms tomorrow. a lot cooler temperatures than we've seen. tim is in the out back with the latest temperatures and heat index. >> reporter: definitely it's been warm today. although the temperatures have dropped, the dew point has bee
, today being the 8th. still life goes on and on and on, particularly for the many among us who are now staying active well into their 90s and even beyond. scientists investigating the secrets of longevity are making some intriguing discoveries. as barry pederson will report in our sunday morning cover story. >> reporter: what if you could add a decade to your life just by changing your diet and making new friends? that's the buzz in longevity circles thanks to research. how close? >> i see in terms of the choices we make, we can do this today. >> reporter: answers to an age-old question coming up this sunday morning. >> osgood: coming home is a story from our mark strassman about one woman's determination and compassion. >> yeah, i mean, when you get 19 acres of land, you can build your dream completely without compromising any part of it. >> reporter: she has always had an american dream. not just for herself but for hundreds of kids who came to the united states as war refugees. >> i think a lot of people take being an american for granted. all of us came to this country for a better
science. that's coming up. >>> good morning. welcome to eyewitness news sunday. tim williams is joining us with the weather forecast. >> it will be another hot day. we'll take you to doppler radar to give you an idea. we are poised to have thunderstorms rolling through the region. what we have north around harrisburg and redding is a system that is pushing through the region. we had one portion push through last night. another one pushing through today. the one that pushes through today will change the dynamoearning dynamic -- dynamic of the temperatures. we are dealing with temperatures around 85 at bwi marshall. dew point 70. another humid start to the day. it feel like 90 degrees after you factor in the dew point and heat. as a result national weather service issued a heat advisory for today. not excessive heat warning but a heat advisory from 11:00 until 8:00. because of the changes we'll be dealing with a slight risk of thunderstorms for the entire state through this day. forecast for this day starts off with temperatures in that 80-degree range. we are going up to a daytime high of
the prosecutors haven't decided which law they will use at trial. some victims and some relative-- relatives were in the courtroom in centennial colorado and so was john blackstone. john, what did you see? >> scott, well, james holmes still has orange hair and he looked as if he hasn't shaved since he was arrested. but in court today he showed no emotion. and he stared up at the ceiling. he often opened his eyes very wide for no apparent reason. but he never made eye contact with the victims or their families who were in the courtroom. >> reporter: this was holmes in court last week, the last time we saw him on camera. this time the judge barred cameras from the courtroom. some of those still healing from wounds suffered in the theatre shooting came to the court to see him formally charged. ali garbi whose 16-year-old son suffered a head wound came in search of an answer. >> i want to ask him why he did it. i mean you know, why he did it. >> reporter: but holmes said just one word today. the judge asked if he agreed to waive his right to a preliminary hearing in 35 days. holmes replied "yes" >> h
to stand by those who have stood by america. it is for us in this generation and beyond to show all the world what free people and free economies can achieve for the good of all. >> reporter: he found a receptive audience for that message in poland, which has had a strained relationship with the obama administration. the white house canceled a missile defense system when moscow rejected and president obama told dmitry medvedev he would have more flexibility in a second term. romney was invited to poland by solidarity legend lech walesa who after their meeting endorsed him and implored him to win. he also met with donald tuck and visited a memorial to honor troops and crowds filled the streets. >> beautiful. >> reporter: but the warm welcome was overshadowed by comments he made at a fund-raiser before leaving israel. talking to major donors, he talked about what he sees as cultural differences between the palestinian and israeli people that made israel more successful. a spokesman for mahmoud abbas called romney's comments racist. the white house saw an openin
israel's bombing of iran? >> we should use every political vehicle available to us to keep iran from becoming a nuclear capability state but that's as far as i'm willing to go in terms of discussing this matter while on foreign soil. >> reporter: israel the second stop on romney the three-nation tour. sunday help visited the holy wall, the holiest site in judaism and met with prime minister benjamin netanyahu. a friend of romney's more than 30 years. >> welcome to jerusalem. >> reporter: today romney is looking to raise $1 million in a fund-raiser in jerusalem. one attendee who flew in from the united states, a billionaire casino magnate who pledged to spend up to $100 million of his own money to help defeat president obama. just last month he made a $10 million donation to the pro-romney superpac, restore our future. a rare chance to interact with mr. adelson at romney's speech but didn't discuss much. >> many response on the speech? >> loved it. >> reporter: the reaction romney got from quite a few. one donor described it as a lovefest. today romney heads off to poland meeting with
. join us for hot dogs and garlic fries. all that and more on "cbs this morning saturday," july 7, 2012. captioning funded by cbs >>> it is a core scorcher of a saturday we join us. >> it's supposed to hit 100 here in. >> you think about new york, chicago, all across the country. we begin with that heat wave. it will not quit. excessive heat warnings are going to remain in place today for much of the country and in some places high humidity will even make it feel hotter. it certainly does here in new york. over a dozen people have died and the nation's power grid is also being pushed to the limit. we head outside to lonnie quinn for the latest. he's braving it for us. it is going to get hot very hot here. it's going to get hot where you live as well. this heat is something else. day after sweltering day from the gateway arch in st. louis to chicago's lakefront to times square in new york city the triple digit temperatures just will not quit. 238 cities to be exact have set all-time highs in the last 30 days. according to weather historian chris burke, the heat wave
]. >> zimmerman said he felt his life was in danger and he had no choice but to use his gun. >> i do wish there was something i could have done that wouldn't have put me in the position to take his life. >> he's looking to place the blame upon trayvon and he's the one that made the decision to get out the vehicle that night. >> martin's parents charge his story was full of inconsistencies and say they targeted his son because he's black. >> i just don't believe what he says. it hurts a great deal. >> zimmerman faces a charge of second degree murder. he is free on a $1 billion bond. >> zimmerman also said he can't imagine what martin's parents must feel like and that he prays for them every day. >>> a developing story from ocean city at this hour. a small plane crashes killing the pilot. denise is in the news room. >> reporter: an ocean city banner plane crashes just after 11:00. it went down near the airport. only the pilot was in the plane when it crashed. witnesses say the plane appeared to have being engine trouble after dropping the advertising banner. the plane's wing looked like it
>>> scares in the sky. big problems on several u.s. flights. >> it was scary. >> reporter: three separate emergency incidents with hundreds of passengers. >> hi. i'm kai jackson. and i'm mary bubala. here's what people are talking about. >> when those three flights landed, more than a dozen people needed medical treatment. some passengers feared the worst. terrell brown reports with more on the midair drama. >> reporter: tuesday turned into a turbulent day in the skies around the country, as three flights were met by emergency crews, immediately upon landing. in miami, american airlines flight 1780, landed with 12 injured people, five of them rushed to the hospital. >> it was scary. >> reporter: the miami-bound boeing 757 took off from aruba, just after 3:00 p.m. local time. about 30 minutes from landing, su severe turbulence jolted the aircraft for a full 15 seconds, launching people from their seats and each slamming one woman into the ceiling after she got up to secure her son. >> i was with her in the bathroom. and i hit myself in the knee. and i just went back to my seat. >>
. thest -- it's going to define our moisture. skies don't clear out until sunday. we could use this rain. what we need is a few hours of a gentle steady type of rain. if we get heavy thunderstorms like yesterday we will see additional flooding problems. 85 the high, 67 over night. tomorrow periods of rain, 78 is the high. given the heat index of two days ago, that's a feel -- an actual feel of 32 degrees cooler. we have watch, warnings and advisories to talk about area wide. we have a flash flood watch in effect for moisture. that will continue to fall as we move through the weekend because of that low following that frontal boundary. clear it out sunday. take it away. >> thank s. >>> let's check in with sharon gibala at traffic control. >> good morning. we cleared up the accident on major readways now we have three -- roadways now we have three in the city. east center at saint paul and homestead. we still have that water main break downtown if you're taking light street. it's blocked. art scape closures if effect downtown. the ramp from southbound jfx to southbound saint paul is close
in the parking lot, and illegally use the police database to digip -- dig up dirt on his political opponents. >> we need to get past that. >> reporter: the county executive named pamela davis to replace tear. she's the first one to lead the department. >>> leopold faces charges. he will now announce that he was ending that probe. it is important to resolve this matter without any disruption to the functioning of the police department. our officers believe -- office believes that this resolution is in the best interest of the citizens. many believe it is likely part of the deal. and the chief will testify against leopold at trial. >> i don't know what his testimony will be. but i suspect he'll be among those who have called in during the case against the county executive. >> and instead of stonewalling and playing games. and not complying fully with our public records request. it's time for the county and the police department to come clean. >> reporter: mr. leopold thanked the chief for his service. and in a statement said, the reason chief tear was stepping down, was to spend more time with
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